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The Perfect Mix: Game Week 7

It's a tricky Game Week for Bundy Mixer players with some of the game's better performers sidelined. 

We're here to help with advice on some of the talent who could make a difference for your selection in Game Week 7. 

Daly Cherry-Evans (HLF)

DCE is in great form right now, and on the Mixer front that translated to a round-high score of 106 last week.

While he might not replicate that, he looks a good bet up against the NRL's last-placed side in Round 27.

He's getting big base stats from kicking and running metres, is breaking tackles at a much higher rate than most realise (with eight last week) and is kicking goals now Reuben Garrick is out.

Daly Cherry-Evans does it all himself

Damien Cook (HOK)

While his average is far from outstanding, Cook has hit two big scores this Mixer season with a 78 and 86.

This Game Week he plays in the biggest game of South Sydney's season and coming off a bye last week he should be primed for a big game.

Expect a fast-paced game from which Cook should be able to get out of dummy-half and cause some issues, and with that he has the potential to hit a 70+ against the Roosters.

Isabelle Kelly (CTR)

The Eels got up for their first win of the year in Round 6 against the Cowboys, but it's a totally different challenge this week against a red-hot Roosters attack led by Kelly.

With Dane Gagai rested this week she's easily the best CTR by average in Mixer and she could cause chaos for the Parramatta right edge.

The Eels gave up 32.4 points on average through the first five rounds, so there's tries to be scored on them this week, and there's few better to take advantage of that than Kelly.

Isabelle Kelly Try

Jaime Chapman (WFB)

The Titans star is one of the leading point of difference options around this week and at the time of writing has been selected by 0.2 percent of teams.

While her season average of 36.3 is nothing to get excited about, in Game Week 7 Chapman is lining up against a Wests Tigers right edge that really struggled against the Roosters last week and allowed Brydie Parker and Isabelle Kelly to have a field day.

Chapman was also excellent last week, scoring twice and running for 153 on ber way to 62 Mixer points.

Jaime Chapman Try

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